Saturday, May 19, 2012

Difference Between Normal Java script and OOP Java Script


Hi friends,

I am sure many of us have troubles differentiating between these two. Well not to fear , in the coming days i will share some info that will shed light on both these two things, which will help us in understanding which is what.

But first,  let me give a simple example of both of them to clear doubts about these two from the mind of us, who are still new bees.



NORMAL JAVASCRIPT :
I know, many of you know how to write normal java script.
For those who are unaware of this , it is written in your html in this way :


Your normal script-tag goes here where you call your function , let us assume you do this in this way :
(button) onclick = callfunction();



//Then add your function :
callfunction()
{
//Do your operation
}

OOPS JAVASCRIPT :
Now the structural flow of a oops java script is very similar to your normal flow of a java program.

Here you have a class and its objects.
There is a syntactical difference also with normal javascript :


Your normal script-tag goes here where you call your function , let us assume you do this in this way :
(button) onclick = callfunction();


//your function call syntax will be a little different here :
callfunction : function()
{
//Do your operation
}

Hence you see the function is added as:

functionName : function(your parameters)
{

}

This is the end of article 1.

Be sure to visit my blog later so that you can see article 2 in detail and other interesting tips and techniques .




2 comments:

  1. As far as I understand, this is only a part of the bigger picture...
    What you have demonstrated is another JSON-ish style of declaring functions...
    Would help immensely if you gave a complete class as example.

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    1. Yes, you are quite right.

      That's why i said a detailed picture will be coming on the next article .

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